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Ana Botez


Ana is a Conveyancer based within our Medway office. She joined the firm in February 2020, and she deals with residential leasehold, sales, re-mortgages and transfers of equity.

What Ana says:

In addition to the standard residential transactions, I have recently acted for investors building up their property portfolio as well as acting on matters which involved complex financial issues.

Ever since I was a teenager I have had an interest in properties, but it had to be put on the back burner until completing my studies. I spent 4 years abroad studying Law full time and obtained an overall First Class Honours Degree.

I then worked for nearly 5 years in property management in London, but knowing that I had to expand my legal knowledge and combine it with my passion for properties, I completed a Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP University of Waterloo, whilst working full time in a small but very busy law firm in West End as a Property Paralegal. Since then I've continued to broaden my experience and joined Martin Tolhurst Solicitors in 2020 as a Conveyancer.

Understanding how stressful a transaction can be, my aim is to provide the best client care and to make the process as smooth as possible.

In my spare time I enjoy spending quality time with my family, reading, cooking, and sunbathing to make sure I get enough vitamin D. I also enjoy completing random online courses in areas that are not relevant to my profession, just because I am keen learner and like discovering new things.

If I were not a Conveyancer I would be...

A medical practitioner with an interest in properties.

If I were stranded on a desert island and could take three books with me, they would be…

“How to survive on a desert island – Tough Guides” – the explanation as to why I would take this book is in the title. I would also take with me 2 of the thickest books I can find to keep me busy reading for a long time and then use them to build a fire when needed - being practical is key in such situations.